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This week: Former stagecoach stops

1. Andover, Vt. Built in 1789, Deer Meadow Farm is set on 90 acres of land with meadows and mature maple trees. The dance hall of the original stagecoach inn has been converted into the master suite, with a woodstove, a master bath, and a dressing room. Other property details include a wood-fired sauna, two barns, and a spring-fed pond. $1,100,000. Robert Waite, Lang McLaughry Spera Real Estate, (802) 864-0541

2. Ojai, Calif. Set on 8.4 acres, this 1906 ranch home recently underwent a total renovation. The historic barn on the property was a Wells Fargo stagecoach stop in the Ojai Valley. The home features exposed beams and French doors. The property has a saltwater pool and views of the Topatopa Mountains. $3,399,000. Nora Davis, Coldwell Banker Real Estate, (805) 646-5967

3. Boones Mill, Va. Built in 1820, the Boon-Bernard House is a three-bedroom Federal-style brick home listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Interior details include five fire-places, two master suites, and wide heart-pine and oak floors. The house was a stagecoach stop for travels on the Carolina Road during the 19th century. $549,900. Angie McGhee, United Country Quality Realty, (540) 537-5918

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4. Newtown, Pa. Formerly known as the Eagle Tavern, this five-bedroom home served the settlers of Bucks County as a hostelry, post office, and store. Interior details include exposed beams, original fireplaces, and a bedroom suite with two bathrooms and an office. The property includes a tennis court, a pool, and a greenhouse. $1,285,000. Linda Krick Danese, Kurfiss Sotheby’s International Realty, (215) 794-3227

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5. Lumpkin, Ga. This four-bedroom house, built in 1820, once served as a stagecoach stop. Located in the Lumpkin Historic District, the home has a sunroom, 9-foot ceilings, and hardwood floors. The home has updated plumbing and electric and new central air-conditioning. $99,900. Linda Campbell, Coldwell Banker Real Estate, (706) 494-1497

6. Holland Patent, N.Y. Set on 65.9 acres, this three-bedroom brick dwelling was built in 1825. Features include a library, hardwood floors, and four fireplaces. The property has a pond, manicured gardens, and restored barns. $875,000. Mike Franklin, Select Sotheby’s International Realty, (315) 876-2262

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